Last Days

Gus Van Sant's languid meditation on the price of fame was partly inspired by the life and death of Kurt Cobain. Blake (Michael Pitt) leads an influential indie band that has become unexpectedly successful; but unsure of himself or his fame, Blake wanders through his run-down mansion, wishing he could free himself from his ennui. Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon appears in the film while husband and bandmate, Thurston Moore, consulted on the score.

Year: 2005
Genre: Art House Cinema, Drama
Country: USA
Director: Gus Van Sant
Starring: Michael Pitt, Lukas Haas, Asia Argento, Scott Patrick Green, Nicole Vicius, Harmony Korine
Duration: 97 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains offensive language.
Location in store: Art House Cinema



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